This seems to be one of the latest methods of card making! Retiform: a series of lined off, separated images. Its fun to do. Just use ‘post it notes’ to mask off sections of your card, then ink and stamp! You can see videos on You Tube to show you the method. Here I have made up a Steampunk themed card. Hope you like it. I used my lovely Ink Brushes to dust the ink onto the card, as it gives a lighter touch than daubers, I find.
Used this recycled Xmas image to make this simple card backing it onto a green card blank from my stash.
Found this yellow embossed paper and just had to add my Dovecraft dies to it!
Added tiny butterflies for summery effect!
Well, it does come around fast! Thanks to Kim Jolley of Stampinartfully blog for the inspiration on this card! Stamping onto Vellum paper gives a lovely effect.
This cute little doggie was on one of our Xmas cards, and I had this lovely dog paws die, so combined the two and made this card for a friends birthday. It helps that her dog looks like this one, so I am pretty sure she will get a kick out of it!
Sadly, we always need some of these cards in our card box….I have used a nice sun ray die, along with a heart and cross die on these two cards. Die cut words added.
Ive had this stencilled image on watercolour paper for quite a while in my papers box, and finally decided to stamp some flowers onto it and a Thank You message!
Here a card with a lovely girl and dog image thats perfect for a friendship card!
I inked daubed the background, and stamped the image. A little layering, and voila!
I made a little Santa card! Hope you like it!
Here are some Thinking of You cards that Ive made, using ink dusters to apply the graduated ink shades on two, and a stamped panel on the third card.